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||Posted - 17 Jun 2010 : 14:49:26
hi all !
Maybe i don't know the well parameters to export my files but even when i select the option "create one css file for the entire project" i still have many inline styles like "positions".
is there something i do wrong ?
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||Posted - 02 Jul 2010 : 14:56:27
>I really would love this possibilities because working only on css later
Why? you are using a graphical site editor! ;-)
||Posted - 02 Jul 2010 : 00:11:10
if this can help you looking for an option to produce only one external css file
||Posted - 23 Jun 2010 : 14:03:16
Thank you for your reply.
I always rename all ID in DHTML, so maybe for this you could implement a verification of ID names when compiling and there would be a solution for really creating only one extern css file.
I really would love this possibilities because working only on css later. But i understand it's a lot of work for you, so if you do it it's great and if you don't, i will do without.
Am'i alone for this ???
||Posted - 21 Jun 2010 : 09:27:29
This design has been made for compatibility with old browsers. Yes, it is possible, but each page has to have its own .css file;
It is not possible to create only one .css file for the entire project that has all stylesheets because IDs in different pages recur.
Would you like to have an option for putting positioning style attributes into an external .css file? The program will need some work in order to do this.
||Posted - 18 Jun 2010 : 22:49:49
Thanks for reply
But if every object is in a div tag and has an id, why is-it not possible to add this styles in extern css files,
Is-it a choice or is-it not possible ?
ex:(<div id="ldheLabel3" style="position: absolute; left: 519px; top: 735px; width: 426px; height: 57px; text-align: right;" align="left">)
||Posted - 18 Jun 2010 : 14:30:11
Those styles cannot be exported into a common file because are relative to each object. In the common file you'll see only styles related to labels that you'll use in your site.